Unfortunately, none of this gets the old interface back for me. The
only way I can get it is to install an older version (pre-Express).
But, as soon as I upgrade again, the Express interface shows up...
Thanks for the help.
> Excellent info. Hope S.H. sees your note.
>> The quotes are required in the command line for Nero - Burning Rom
>> due to the paths long file name, specifically "Program Files".
>> Hence, "C:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero\Nero.exe" (note the required
>> space between the words Program and Files).
>> In addition, the command line for Nero Express would be "C:\Program
>> Files\Ahead\Nero\Nero.exe" /w (note the switch, /w, is followed by a
>> space after the quoted path).
>> > Saw your conversation. Works fine for me using or not using the
>> > /w, get appropriate results.
>> > My command to get into it without the Nero Express is:
>> > "C:\ProgramFiles\ahead\nero\nero.exe"
>> > This is the command line that works and it INCLUDES the quotation
>> > marks. Never knew to use quotes before, but it works fine. Maybe
>> > the quotes
>> > something?
>> > Would be interested in knowing if and how you may have gotten it
>> > fixed.
>> > Chet
>> > > Took out the "/w", and still the same problem... only Express...
>> > > > Make shortcut and ensure that it does not include at end /w
>> > > >> I have a full version of Nero v5.5 that came with my Philips
>> > > >> DVDRW228. I have upgraded to version 220.127.116.11.
>> > > >> Any of the recent versions of Nero, when installed on my
>> > > >> system, revert to the Nero Express interface. I cannot get
>> > > >> them to load
>> > > >> the "old" interface. The only way I can seem to keep the
>> > > >> "old" interface is to install the bundled version that came
>> > > >> with my
>> > > >> but I want to be running the latest version.
>> > > >> I assume that the "Nero" button in Nero Express is supposed to
>> > > >> back to the old interface, but all it does for me is tell me
>> > > >> to go
>> > > >> www.ahead.de.
>> > > >> How can I run 18.104.22.168 but use the old interface?
>> > > >> Thanks!